CPD officer Frederick Collins has more than 40 misconduct complaints. Now, he’s running for mayor.
Last year, COPA recommended three of the officers involved be fired. They still haven’t been.
Cops say masked teens with a thirst for violence and joyrides are terrorizing the city. An examination of arrests reveals a narrative built on shoddy data and anecdotal evidence.
Ex-cops attempted to throw out a Rogers Park tenant at gunpoint. The police report tells a different story.
A City Council vote on Charles Green’s lawsuit settlement was postponed.
Chicagoans seek psychic relief by making a mockery of the fired police superintendent.
Bill Dorsch loved being a Chicago cop, then he witnessed misconduct by disgraced detective Reynaldo Guevara.
Next week’s election could be the first in nearly 30 years to unseat a Cook County judge
“People try to get out of jury duty, but what we find is that once they are actually on a jury they take it seriously and they want to get it right.”
Police union spokesman says “motives” behind database are “perfectly transparent.”
Misconduct settlements have cost the city $800 million since 2004, a new report found. Should taxpayers be on the hook?
“If Laquan McDonald hadn’t been killed and they’d elected to charge him with a crime, we would still be waiting to see that video.”
Neither of the off-duty officers involved in the shooting or the dispute that preceded it were in full uniform, as police have claimed.
Formal family photo at Tiffaney Boxley’s mom’s 59th birthday circa 2011 with Joshua alone; a group photo of Tiffaney, Malik, Michael, Joshua, and Tiffaney’s nephew AkirCredit: Courtesy Joshua Beal’s Family […]
Attorney general hopeful Sharon Fairley says there’s more to her candidacy than her work for IPRA.